JCC Maccabi Games

The Stamford JCC will be sending a delegation to participate in the 2014 JCC Maccabi Games & ArtsFest. 
We are looking for Jewish athletes ages 13 to 16 (by July 31, 2014) to participate in the following sports
and competitions
:

 Boys Basketball                   
 Girls Basketball
 Baseball
 Softball (16U only)
 Boys Soccer
 Girls Soccer (16U only)       
 Girls Volleyball (16U only)
 Boys In-line Hockey (16U only)
 Golf
 Tennis
 Swimming
 Bowling
 Table Tennis
 Dance

For more information please contact Mo Concepcion, Associate Managing Director, Sports, Fitness & Aquatics at 203.487.0971 or mconcepcion@stamfordjcc.org.

Click here to download a JCC Maccabi Games Interest Form. 


 

JCC Maccabi Games 2013 in OC

Visit our Facebook page to see photos from the Games!

Here are Team Stamford’s final standings at the JCC Maccabi Games at the Merage JCC in Orange County, CA. The JCC Maccabi Games/ArtsFest is the largest Jewish youth event in the world. From August 4-9, the Merage JCC welcomed over 2,000 visiting Jewish teens from across the globe, including 30 athletes and one artist from Stamford.

Adam Sahar – Table Tennis   brought home four gold medals, winning all of his matches throughout the week.

Jared Yaghoubian, Nathan Salm, Ephiram Zucker, Nadav Zarmi, Aaron Isenstein, Lewis Baer, Robbie Schwartz, Josh Markowitz  Boys Basketball  finished with an overall record of 2 wins and 3 losses.

Benjy Robinov – Boys Soccer, playing on a mixed team with Mid-Westchester, Omaha, and Hartford – advanced to the bronze medal round.

Hannah Katz, Hannah Soifer, Madison Johnson, Eliana Shaulson, Kayla Lichtman, Rebecca Satz – Girls Soccerplaying on mixed team with Denver – finished with an overall record of 2 wins and 3 losses.

Noah Green, Nathan Isenstein – 14U Boys Baseball, playing on a mixed team with Boca Raton and Ann Arbor – made it to the playoffs and finished with an overall record of 4 wins and 1 loss.

Andrew Young, Ethan Landeck, Johnathan Pollack – 16U Boys Baseball, playing on a mixed team with the JCC on the Palisades – advanced to the playoffs.

Alexa Baer, Allary Landeck – Girls Softball, playing on a mixed team with Houston – finished with an overall record of no wins and 5 losses.

Rachel Goldblum, Caroline Feldman – Swimming –Caroline Feldman won a Bronze medal in a 13-14 Girls 200 Free Relay.

Zack Levin, Richie Greenbaum, Talia Weseley, Jordan Rastegar – Tennis – Zack finished with 4 wins and no losses; Richard finished with 3 wins and 1 loss; Talia and Jordan both won gold medals in thir respective brackets.

Stephanie Hausman – Dance – competed on Monday and Wednesday.

Daniel Silverstein  ArtsFest – Daniel rehearsed all week with his ensemble and performed on Thursday in front of a crowd of artists and athlete spectators.

Mazel tov to Team Stamford on a great effort and their awesome results! You did us proud! 

For more information please contact Mo Concepcion, Associate Managing Director, Sports, Fitness & Aquatics at 203.487.0971 or mconcepcion@stamfordjcc.org 

 


 

Often called the Olympics for Jewish teens, the JCC Maccabi Games serve a larger purpose than athletic competition.
The Games also promote community involvement, teamwork and pride in being Jewish. The Games are the largest Jewish teen event in the world, with over 6,000 Jewish teens participating each summer. More than 100,000 teens have benefited from the JCC Maccabi Games® since 1982. The energy and excitement make it a unique and unforgettable experience for every participant, from athletes to volunteers, and coaches to host families. The JCC Maccabi Games have been offering life-shaping experiences to Jewish teenagers since 1982. At this Olympic-style event, each athlete has the chance to participate in one of 14 sports in events spanning the week-long experience, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

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